1. CAMPAIGN 2016:
Clinton vows to make U.S. 'clean energy superpower'
Hillary Clinton yesterday unveiled the first portion of her presidential campaign's energy agenda, vowing an aggressive expansion of the nation's renewable energy production while taking aim at the Republican primary field over the GOP's widespread skepticism of climate science.
Timing is the element most likely to change in EPA's final Clean Power Plan
In countless meetings on the Clean Power Plan with states and energy companies, the most common plea to U.S. EPA has been for more time. More time to work on plans, more time to allow coal plants to retire and more time to move toward final goals. It's an easy concession for EPA -- one that could go a long way toward ensuring flexibility under the rule without undercutting climate goals, knowledgeable observers say.